Training

Training

PhD and Residency Training Programs

While the IHG does not run its own graduate program, our members actively participate through teaching and mentoring within the following PhD training programs:

Biomedical Informatics (BMI)
Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program (BMS)
Developmental & Stem Cell Biology Graduate Program (DSCB)
Epidemiology and Translational Sciences (ETS)
Graduate Program in Bioengineering (BioE)
Herbert W. Boyer Program in Biological Sciences (PIBS)
Integrative Program in Quantitative Biology (iPQB)
Neuroscience Program
Oral and Craniofacial Sciences Graduate program (OCS)
Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmacogenomics (PSPG)
Tetrad Program

The BMS track in genomics and genetics was converted specifically to human genetics, and the PSPG and BMI graduate programs were infused with a large number of new faculty in the areas of pharmacogenetics and computational genomics, greatly strengthening offerings for graduate students. Potential students interested in human genetics must apply directly through one of these programs for admission.

IHG faculty also lead the Medical Genetics Residency Program for emerging clinicians.

The IHG assists with the teaching and mentoring of interested students in the schools of medicine, nursing, and pharmacy. A full list of graduate programs at UCSF can be found at the UCSF Graduate Division.